January 20, 2014 11:40 PM | John Polson
NIGORO, the developers behind La-Mulana, have partnered with Japanese-English localization company and online game distributor Playism to launch a Kickstarter campaign for the sequel to the hit spelunking platformer. In the video above, Takumi Naramura reminisces about the glory days of Japan's game-making, stating that he wants La-Mulana 2 to explore how far 2D gaming can go.
La-Mulana 2 will first be made in English and Japanese for Windows. At further goals, Mac, Linux, console, and handheld options are tentatively set, along with localizations in Chinese and several European languages. Those who back early can get a DRM-free copy of the game for $12 downloadable through Playism, with an estimated delivery of December 2015. The teams have a month to raise their $200,000 goal.